Hello Steinberg Team.
could you please think about the integration of audioshare?It's the main filebrowser for many if not most iOS musicians and implementing the SDK should be very easy.Auria already does it and it would be awesome if i could copy/paste my cubasis tracks over to auria in 24Bit.AudioCopy 2 does not provide this and i like audioshare much more.I'm not a huge fan of advertisement in apps either.Also,the developer is a really nice guy and super responsive.And has always an open ear for user requests and improvements.
Here's an explanation how to do it:http://discchord.com/blog/2013/10/25/op ... edahl.html
"The SDK is extremely easy to incorporate in your own code, here's what is needed to export a file into AudioShare:
[[AudioShare sharedInstance] addSoundFromPath:thePathToYourFile withName:@"My Sound"];
That's a single line of code! Importing from AudioShare is a tiny bit more complex, but should still take only a couple of minutes:
1. First, declare a new URL type for your app with the scheme yourAppName.audioshare
2. Then, in your app delegates openURL handler method, call checkPendingImport:withBlock: to handle the actual import. The supplied block will be called with a path to the imported file, living inside your apps temporary directory.
3. Finally, to initiate the import from your app, simply call [[AudioShare sharedInstance] initiateSoundImport];
AudioShare SDK is free and open source, and can be found here:https://github.com/lijon/AudioShareSDK
Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!"